From Our Editors
An open-air site with an array of historic architecture on show, Avoncroft Museum spans seven centuries of Midlands life. The 19-acre location is home to over 30 reassembled buildings including a working windmill, a Medieval townhouse, a flat-pack corrugated iron church and the UK’s National Telephone Kiosk Collection. Visitors can browse the varied site to find Edwardian tea rooms, a cider orchard and gardens which feature a variety of wildlife and ponds. The museum also boasts a gift shop, picnic and play areas, and organises educational and themed events throughout the year.